There are three kinds of third shot drop. There’s the flat high and easy forehand, the forehand topspin which is high and fast dipping, and the backhand low slice. This video shows great detail of the arcs of the ball for each kind of shot.
Jordan and his wife do a great job here.
Notice the long cross court NVZ dink shots. Patience is required. You must stay in the rally and not go for it too early. Also notice how low the dink shot approaches are.
There are courts at the The Lawrence School in Falmouth (1 dedicated) West Falmouth (two lined inside two tennis courts) and North Falmouth (one dedicated) and two lined on two tennis courts. The schedule is posted on the Falmouth Recreation Department Web Site.
This is the link to view the Pickleball and Tennis schedule in the Town of Falmouth.
Also there is an app you may download to join Falmouth Pickleball to see when groups meet, where and when. The name of the app is called Team Reach. The group is called
FalmouthPB and the link to join is
The roll forehand volley from a lower (just below the waist or above) can be used to attack or put away balls with the control of topspin. This shot takes practice to learn and is well worth it. As said in the video, 4.0 + players have this shot but it can be learned by a 3.5 player as well. It is an advanced shot. Enjoy the video. This is a shot we will try in our classes. Enjoy!